Here’s the schedule with over 50 acts at Music at the Intersection at the Grand Center | The Mixer

After months of deliberating which acts would perform when and where, organizers at Music at the Intersection have announced the schedule.

The Grand Center Festival returns for a second edition September 10-11, featuring more than 50 national and St. Louis acts on outdoor stages. Among them are Erykah Badu, Gary Clark Jr., Hiatus Kaiyote, Robert Glasper Jr., Kamasi Washington, Buddy Guy, Booker T. Jones, Keyon Harrold, Rose Royce, John Scofield, and JJ Gray & Mofro.

The event will also pay tribute to local legends Tina Turner, Albert King and Henry Townsend, and pay special tribute to Montez Coleman, the East St. Louis musician who passed away earlier this year.

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The festival site is open from 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. both days, and acts perform on the Field Stage, Big Top Stage and Washington Avenue Stage. There will also be a DJ stage.

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Midday • Superhero Killer (Field Phase)

12:25 p.m • The Kasimu-tet (Big Ceiling Stage)

12:30 pm • Saint Boogie Brass Band (Washington Avenue Stage)

1:10 p.m • NandoSTL (field phase)

1:35 p.m • Jazz St. Louis “Celebrating Montez Coleman” (Big Top Stage)

1:45 p.m • Foxing (Stage on Washington Avenue)

2:20 p.m • Reggie Son (field stage)

2:50 p.m • Dylan Triplet (Big Top Stage)

2:55 p.m • Rose Royce (Washington Avenue stage)

3:30 p.m • BJ The Chicago Kid (field stage)

3:50 p.m • The Bosman Twins (Big Top Stage)

4:20 p.m • Seviin Li honors Tina Turner (Washington Avenue Stage)

4:45 p.m • Georgia Mae by Lamar Harris (field stage)

5:10 p.m • The Henry Townsend Acoustic Blues Showcase with Sharon Bear Foehner and Doug Foehner with Chuck “Popcorn” Louden and special guest Eric McSpadden + St. Louis Steady Grinders: Ethan Canvas and “Miss Jubilee” Valerie Jo with Mat Wilson (Big Top Stage)

5:50 p.m • Hiatus Kaiyote (Washington Avenue Stage)

6:15 p.m • Keyon Harrold with Black Milk, Chris “Daddy” Dave, Alex Isley and more (Field Stage)

6:35 p.m • Peter Martin (Big Top Stage)

19:30 o’clock • Murphy Lee and Kyjuan from St. Lunatics (Washington Avenue Stage)

7:45 p.m • The urge (field phase)

8:05 p.m • Kamasi Washington (Big Stage)

8:30 p.m • St. Louis Legends Award: Angela Winbush (Washington Avenue Stage)

8:45 p.m • Erykah Badu (Washington Avenue stage)

DJ Stage (11am-9pm) features BSS DJs (Mahf and Who) and Time Traveler DJs (G.Wiz, DJ Lady Jock, DJ She Beatz and Soopaman DJ Speed).

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11:30 a.m • Lydia Caesar (Washington Avenue stage)

11:30 a.m • Hip fat (field phase)

11:45 a.m • Soulard Blues Band (Big Top Stage)

12:40 p.m • Southern Avenue (Washington Avenue stage)

12:50 p.m • Emily Wallace and Adam Maness (field stage)

13 o’clock • Tracer with Ptah Williams (Big Top Stage)

2:05 p.m • The Motet (Washington Avenue Stage)

2:05 p.m • Taylor McFerrin (field stage)

2:15 p.m • Joe Louis Walker (Big Top Stage)

3:20 p.m • Booker T. Jones (field stage)

3:30 p.m • Celisse (Big Top Stage)

3:45 p.m • Buddy Guy (Washington Avenue stage)

4:45 p.m • Seratones (field phase)

4:45 p.m • John Scofield (Big Top Stage)

5:15 p.m • George Porter Jr. & Dumpstaphunk play the Meters (Washington Avenue Stage)

6:15 p.m • JJ Gray & Mofro (field stage)

6:15 p.m • Lady J Huston presents “The Albert King Alumni Tribute Show” (Big Top Stage)

19 o’clock • Robert Glasper and special guest Terrace Martin (Washington Avenue Stage)

7:45 p.m • Ronnie Burrage and Holographic Principle featuring St. Louis All-Stars: Quincy Troupe, Greg Osby, Eric Person, Lynne Fiddmont, Kelvin Bell, JD Parran and Kevin Batchelor (Big Top Stage)

8 p.m • Oteil & Friends with Steve Kimock, Eric Krasno, Melvin Seals & Johnny Kimock (Field Stage)

8:45 p.m • Gary Clark Jr. (Washington Avenue stage)

On the DJ stage (23:00-21:00) Nightchaser DJs (Alexis Tucci, Mark Lewis, Umami and SAYLOR) and the Soulition (DJ JMO, Agile One, James Biko and DJ Nico Marie with special guest Makeda Kravitz ) appear.

The festival will also feature pre-parties and after-parties at the Sheldon Concert Hall & Art Galleries, the Grandel and Jazz St. Louis with various line-ups and dedicated tickets. A tribute concert for St. Louis singer Angela Winbush will be held at the Sheldon on September 9th.

A Mural Market will feature local artisans, live street art, artist talks, large-scale murals and more. The Big Top area offers carnival fun and activities including pop-up circus performances.

“INTERSESSIONS”, a micro-conference for musicians and artists, will take place on September 9th at .Zack. The event will be presented with Recording Academy, TuneSpeak and Evntiv, with four speaker panels and opportunities for professional development and mentoring.

Music at the Intersection is presented by the Kranzberg Arts Foundation in partnership with the Steward Family Foundation and the Regional Arts Commission.

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Thursday 21 July 2022

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